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The former head of ANSeS said that Cristina Kirchner "never" would have let her sell the retirees' bonds and she came across Cecilia Moreau


The president of the Chamber of Deputies, who answers to Sergio Massa, called him an 'early opinion maker'.

The former head of the ANSeS during the two presidencies of Cristina Kirchner, Diego Bossio, assured this Thursday that the current vice president

"never" would have allowed him

to take a measure such as the sale of bonds in dollars from State agencies.

Bossio, who had already criticized the measure adopted by the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, for considering it "short-term", insisted that it "bare the capacities of the State".


Cristina would never have allowed me to make a decision

of this nature, to hand over the bonds in dollars or the shares to the private parties because it is exposing the capacity of the State and facing the payment in dollars to the private parties in the future," said the economist who he directed the ANSeS between 2009 and 2015.

Bossio's statements sparked criticism from the Frente de Todos and it was the president of the bloc of pro-government deputies, Cecilia Moreau, who crossed it through Twitter.


early opinion makers

about the Sustainability Guarantee Fund and retirees, that I recommend reading what the mechanism on the exchange with ANSES is. They are going to have to put their tongues in their pockets, to put it correctly," Moreau pointed it out when commenting on a tweet in which Bossio questioned the measure.

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Source: clarin

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